Here's an insider pro tip for buying rice, an instant pantry staple that can be used in a wide variety of meals. Choosing long-grain brown rice
Similar to rice, you can make a ton of filling meals using pasta noodles. Think easy meals for the whole family like spaghetti and fettuccine alfredo
Never overlook beans when grocery shopping. Beans are an excellent source of protein.
Frozen Fruits and Vegetable
Ashley Schuering, blogger at Confessions of a Grocery Addict, said frozen fruits and vegetables are usually cheaper than their fresh counterparts.
In-Season Fruits and Vegetable
Check with your grocery store to see which in-season fruits and vegetables are for sale.
Skip prepackaged instant oatmeal and purchase rolled oats to make homemade oatmeal.
While this can sometimes be an expensive grocery item, usually in the case of free-range eggs, shop around at your local grocery stores for eggs.
Canned Whole Tomatoe
If fresh tomatoes are simply too expensive, go for canned whole tomatoes.
Plain Greek Yogurt
"I use yogurt for breakfast, lunch and dinner," Schuering said.
By now, you might be wondering how you can find inexpensive meats for sale. A great way to get animal protein